We won’t lie—every now and then a big, bold piece of bling gets us swooning and with wedding season around the corner, there’s no better way to reminisce while simultaneously planning how we want our rock to shape up than taking a little inspiration from our favourite celebrity stunners. Read on the find the ring that lends itself best to your lust-list, while trying not to go too green with envy.
 

Shilpa Shetty Kundra

Shilpa Shetty Kundra

With the biggest rock in Bollywood, Ms. Shetty-Kundra deserves the top spot on the list. Yes, this baby is all of 20 carats and is said to be worth 3 crores and is absolutely beautiful. Like they say, a good boyfriend knows to buy his girlfriend the engagement ring on her Pinterest board.

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Amal Clooney

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To have George Clooney propose is one thing—to have him propose with a Harry Winston seven-carat-emerald cut diamond engagement ring set in platinum—well now that really is what dreams are made of.

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Vidya Balan

Vidya Balan

Always one to stand out in the crowd, Vidya Balan kept her engagement ring choice in line with her movies—unique. Crafted in pure gold, the ring has a ruby centre that pairs beautifully with Balan’s favourite garment—the sari.

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Blake Lively

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12 carats. Oval-cut. And two absolutely beautiful stars. The ring was designed by world-renowned jewellery designer, Lorraine Schwartz, who also happens to be a close friend of Blake’s. A spokesperson for Lorraine Schwartz confirmed that Ryan worked closely with Lorraine to design the perfect engagement ring for Blake. The pair finally settled on a dusty pink oval diamond.

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Asin Thottumkal

Asin Thottumkal

Designed by a common friend of the couple—this 20 carat stunner was imported from Belgium and sits pretty on Asin’s finger. What makes this ring so special is the monogram of Asin and Rahul’s initials (AR) on it—along with a personal message.

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